This year, the Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund (WRSCF) marks a decade of action protecting local wildlife and their habitats. In conjunction with the celebration, Jurong Bird Park is offering complimentary admission to local residents during the September holidays so everyone can learn more about avian conservation together.
Southeast Asia is one of the most biodiverse regions in the world, and Jurong Bird Park—Asia’s largest bird paradise—displays 400 avian species, of which 20 per cent are threatened. It is also home to the world’s largest collection of Southeast Asian hornbills, and native and threatened songbirds such as the Strawheaded bulbul, White-rumped shama, and Greater green leafbirds.
The complimentary admission into Jurong Bird Park is open to local residents (Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, and Employment Pass holders). Eight sections will be gated and priced between $2 and $4. Coupons in sets of $10 can be purchased on site for entry to these gated areas.